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MEMORANDA OF MEN AND MATTERS.

MEMORANDA OF MEN AND MATTERS.

EDVlMORANDA Ore MEN AND MATTERS. KINDNESS TO TfiE VO-u;I.. CLASSES.-A few months ago It cilall0 to thle knowledge of the Marquis of Bute that, from d'lressien ol trade, a considerable number of the worki7lg Cl ssesand sozill tradesmen of Cardiff were in distress. A last Ot the pe
October 20, 1839 - The Champion - London, London, England
 
THE COST OF AN OLIGARCHY.

THE COST OF AN OLIGARCHY.

[Digested by the Northern Liberator from (arpeszter's Peerage for the People.] (Cbntinued from our last.) DIououghinore,'Earl of.-Relations' Places, 5,7001., a, 'Liberal.' Dorchester, Baron.-Place, 1,0001.- Relation, pen-' sion, 1,1141. The ancestor, Geneial' Carleton, was a bea
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

J An evening paper announces the death of the Duke of Bedford, which took place at his seat in Scotland on Sunday morning last, at the hour of ode o'clock. His Grace was in his seventy-fourth year, having been born July the 6th, 1766. He succeeded to the title and es- tates on th
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE CITY OF LONDON MAGISTRATES AND THE INSPECTORS OF PRISONS.

THE CITY OF LONDON MAGISTRATES AND THE INSPECTORS OF PRISONS.

THE CITY OF LON""MITR4TES AND THE INSPECTX IF PISON& At a meeting of the Common Co dto TuedaY, Alderman T. Wood callad the aiteninof the Out to the subject of the last report imade by te is5tOB of prisons. That report contained thu moat grO - presentations relative to the state o
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

1ISObikEk- ESiTORS. (From Tiesday'" Gazette.) SPRING CIRCUIPTS,1840. -OME CIRCUIT. R. R. Reynolds, Esq', Cihief Commissioner.,. Sussex-Af Horshin, Friday, March 6. At the. City 'of Caiterbnry-Friday, March 13. Kent-At Dovor,'S'aturdy, March 14;' }Kent-At' Maidstone, Tulesday, Mar
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
HORRIBLE CRUELTY IN GREENWICH HOSPITAL SCHOOLS.

HORRIBLE CRUELTY IN GREENWICH HOSPITAL SCHOOLS.

Il~lQR#IBLE CB~ r Th GRO~WN HOS- - I. . F .: ITAL 9CHOOLS.H L :, ,tFIOM A coaaEIPs(DxNjT.) It-would appear Xthat, the toture , the ;lash, ; not confined.to.thebermyand'navy., To-the sgrae of tbe eitpe1linent, it, is fequetlyi prectieed in the Upper andLower, $ohuoolspf,,qreeninch
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
SURREY SESSIONS.

SURREY SESSIONS.

7777- s"'s;- ' haxneful Conduct of & Magiatrate. Oa Monday, the adjourned sessions for the county was held at the Court-house, Newiogtou. The only case'of ilsdimeneaour possessing any interest antried in the course of the day was the following George Basan sa indiced'for assultin
October 27, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
ENGLAND'S SHEET ANCHOR—THE UNITED STATES' BANK.

ENGLAND'S SHEET ANCHOR—THE UNITED STATES' BANK.

ENGLAND'S SHEETANCHOR-THE UNITEDI STATES' BANK. The Times newspaper, a few days ago, told its readers that the fate of England depended upon the stability of the United States' Bank., We see from 'the whole of 'the London ?? press, the intense interest excited' amongst the money
October 20, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE NATIONAL DEBT.

THE NATIONAL DEBT.

THE NATIONAL DEST. 'uo EFt'ITOSro OF THFE CiiAnTEIR. Su -Througlh the intervention of a friend I read, a shost Uiwe back, a few observations ii your journal, on a little pamuphlvt I published last spring, entitled " An Fsdsav On National Debts, demonstrating their Evil i're 'tici
October 20, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England
 
THE MIDDLESEX MAGISTRATES AND THE CORONERS.

THE MIDDLESEX MAGISTRATES AND THE CORONERS.

At the conclusion of an inquest held on Tuesday ?? Mr. Baker, a juror, who said he was a rate- per, addressed the coroner and his fellow-jurymen. ) thought this a fitting opportunity to notice the very extraordinary conduct of the Middlesex magistrates, who, after fixing a table
October 20, 1839 - The Charter - London, London, England